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072 Patrick Keller | A Fascination With the Paranormal is Now Normal

Patrick Keller is the host of the Big Séance Podcast and a middle school vocal music teacher. His podcast opens up a discussion on all thing paranormal and touches on subjects like ghost hauntings, spirit communication, paranormal research, and more. Patrick talks about his childhood, his podcast obsession, and his intense interest in the paranormal.

066 Remi Lavictoire & Jonathan Colba | A Passion For Science Fiction Unites Them

Rem Lavictoire and Jonathan Colbon of The Sci-Fi Movie Podcast join me on the show to discuss their podcast and the various movies that have influenced them. We talk about Star Wars, Alien, Jaws, and so much more. This is definitely the podcast for all you movie buffs out there.

062 Christina Canters | Why You Need To Stand Out and Get Noticed

Christina Canters is the host of the Stand Out Get Noticed podcast and is a former architect. Christina shares her story on why she created her first podcast, Presentation Skills For Design Students, and why she made the decision to leave her career in architecture at the end. She also talks on how she discovered

060 Mocean Melvin | It’s Not Easy Being So Funny

Mocean Melvin is one of the creators for The MoShow Podcast. The MoShow is an off-the-cuff comedy podcast that will either seriously offend you or have you rolling on the floor laughing. The MoShow only publishes one or two shows a month due to the high-quality content that gets produced. Mocean talks on why he

054 Helen Zaltzman | Telling Stories, One Word At A Time

Helen Zaltzman has been podcasting for 9 years and surprisingly enough, says she still feels like a novice. She co-hosted her first podcast with Olly Mann called Answer Me This! and followed it up with the very popular, The Allusionist. That second podcast is a language and etymology show that is part of Roman Mars's

036 Ryan Williams | Find Your Podcasting Niche

Ryan Williams Interview as a podcaster takes being astute and conscious to a new level. Host of The Influencer Economy, he is used to analyzing the influence and effects of any number of things on an audience – tie this in with podcasting and you have a guy who understands the importance of establishing a

005 Greg Hickman | Find Your Hardcore Fans Because You Can’t Make Everyone Happy

On this Greg Hickman interview, online renaissance man Greg Hickman brings his passion for adventure straight into the world of Podcast Junkies. With a free-flowing conversation covering everything from old school hip-hop and mountain biking, what his new favorite conference format looks like, and how the importance of mobile continues to increase. He touches on

003 Jeff Brown | With 26 Years As A Broadcaster, He Was Born to Podcast

In today’s episode we have the privilege of speaking with Jeff Brown. With over 26 years of broadcasting experience, Jeff has a ton of history in the field and drops a ton of knowledge on us. He's also the founder of Podcaster Academy and we get deep into why he created this incredibly useful resource.

News Recap: Jen Kirkman Podcast by John Serba; Inspired by “This American Life,” Stanford Med Student Starts “Becoming Doctors”; Brian Holton Henderson on Podcasts as ‘New Fireside Chat’

John Serba interviews Chelsea Lately's staff writer, Jen Kirkman as she approaches the 50th episode of her podcast “I Seem Fun: The Diary of Jen Kirkman”. [full story] Inspired by NPR’s “This American Life,” a Stanford med student started a podcast (Becoming Doctors) to document and share the intense clinical experiences of her classmates. Reported by